Tuesday, July 3, 2012

Monday Made It on a Tuesday!

So I am linking up with Tara's Monday Made It a day late, due to not being home last night to post. I was busy though I went to a painting class and made a picture for my oldest daughter room. I had a blast and can't wait to take a class to make a painting for my youngest room! So here is what I painted!

I haven't been really busy with classroom stuff, but I have created a welcome sign for my door and signs for my word wall and math wall. I took the picture of them laying on my yellow table, so the colors are not very good but they are lime green and bright blue shadow. I used my mom's circuit to make the letters and the circles! Now I just have to laminate them and put them on the wall. Trying to decide if I want to add ribbon to it or leave it plain and post it on the wall.

The other thing that I have worked most of the week on is ATTEMPT to organize my jump drive! I have come to the conclusion that it is going to be impossible to get everything where I want it, due to having so much and that many things can go in more than one place. I did get all the Teacher's Appreciation Day Blog Freebies filed where they should go, but I still have a ton of things that I am weeding through.

So a big question for you is...... How to you organize your jump drive?

Well, now it's time to go attempt to look at what everyone else has been up to. I never finished checking out all the links last week and this week is even more. Love this linky! See you next Monday (I hope)!


Lisa R.

I am having the same problem with organizing my jump drive. It's one big hot mess! I love that painting that you did. It's beautiful!
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Hi Heather! Can you believe all the link ups?!!! Oh my word! I am having a blast! Love your creations....that painting is awesome and I bet you had a blast doing it:) I SO need to organize and back up my laptop before everything blows and it lost but there is so much, it overwhelms me!!!!
Thanks for linking up:)))

4th Grade Frolics


I feel the same way - I don't know how to organize it all on there.... I just keep praying that nothing happens. =) Thanks for sharing!

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You are talented! Love the picture!
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love the pictures!

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I love the painting you made! It is beautiful. I keep my jump drive organized my using different folders. I have a second grade folder. Then in the second grade folder I have a general, math, reading, social studies, etc. folder. Then in each of those folders I have a folder for each unit. For example, in the social studies folder I have a Our Government, People in the Marketplace, A World of Many People, etc. folder. It is a lot of folders but I can find anything really fast. You can make folders by right clicking and choosing New Folder. Hopes this helps! :)

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Carol Cobb

About jumpdrives - I quit using them when I got a account. It is free online storage, so you can access your files anywhere. The beautiful thing is that you can share folders with specific people, and they can contribute to it in a shared way. I organize it by using lots of folders and am really strict with myself and people I share my folders with that we must carefully choose the appropriate place to save a file. The most frequently used folder is "subject areas" which has folders for each subject in it, plus a "themes" folder with folders in that for all the possible themes, named like "10 Halloween" so it is in calendar order. It is an ever evolving collection which I love! Having access to it anywhere is amazing!
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